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Counseling Center promotes a pair
Two staff members at the Counseling Center of Wayne and Holmes Counties have recently been promoted to management roles.
Jeff Bradford is a licensed professional clinical counselor who has been working as a therapist in the Wooster and Orrville offices of the Center for the last three years. He will now be supervising and managing the Specialized Children's Program which provides care management services to families with a troubled child and home-based intervention to families with a more severely impaired child or youth.
Bradford has a master's degree in clinical mental health and school based counseling from Walsh University in Canton.
Dawn Cory, who has been with the Center for 15 years, will assume oversight of the Center's residential programs. She holds a master's degree from Siena Heights College in Adrian, Mich., and is a licensed professional counselor. She has previously worked in various positions providing care management to adults with more severe and persistent mental illnesses and served as a residential supervisor at the Center several years ago.
The Center manages five group homes for adults with mental illness, three of which have 24-hour staff coverage, and also operates a 15-bed independent living project. The Counseling Center, which has offices in Wooster, Orrville, Rittman and Millersburg serves over 4,000 adults and children in a year through a comprehensive range of mental health and substance abuse services including: therapy, case management, psychiatric intervention, vocational assistance, residential support, community education, and 24-hour crisis intervention. The organization is nationally accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).